Rudra Krishnan is a JD candidate at the University of Windsor. Prior to attending law school, she graduated with high distinction from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Society. During her undergraduate studies, Rudra worked as a Summer Student at the Provincial Offences Court and interned with the legal department of the Children’s Aid Society.
In law school, Rudra developed a passion for advocacy. She participated in the Transnational Law Moot and was selected as a finalist at Windsor Law’s Zuber Moot. Rudra also completed a legal externship at the Windsor Regional Hospital and worked as a Research Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing course, where she provided assistance with facta writing and helped first-year law students prepare for mooting. Last summer, Rudra completed a fellowship at the Law Commission of Ontario where she conducted research on the efficacy of privacy and consumer protection laws in the digital marketplace and explored the application of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system.
In her spare time, Rudra loves to eat at new restaurants and teach her dog Mochi new tricks.